Silent Night – Review

https://youtu.be/f5mfsyHp5v0 Written & Directed by Will Thorne UK/2020/93mins ★★★ One last job - that’s all they ever want. But when you owe someone, and we mean owe someone, well – you’ve just got to do as you’re told. Mark, a recently released hitman from South London, has only one interest following prison, his family. Specifically, his daughter … Continue reading Silent Night – Review

The Van – Onine@The Space

Donations to Raised Voices can be made via their website here. ★★★ Any resident of Edinburgh has likely taken a stroll past one of the homeless catering vans that are situated around the city. With nary a glance, we have an idea of who uses these vans – for sustenance, for support – but few of … Continue reading The Van – Onine@The Space

Agatha Christie and the Truth of Murder – Review

https://youtu.be/2apnlrZmv28 Directed by Terry Loane Writer: Tom Dalton ★★★ n 1926, for eleven days history’s best-selling novelist Agatha Christie underwent her most elusive mystery as she disappeared – the events of which are still unknown. This, as one can imagine, enables a tremendously tempting narrative tool: speculation. From plotting violent revenge against her husband, to … Continue reading Agatha Christie and the Truth of Murder – Review

Diego Maradona – Edinburgh Filmhouse

https://youtu.be/JNaRrDX8MUc Directed by Asif Kapadia Edited by Chris King United Kingdom/ 2019/ 130 minutes British director Asif Kapadia refers to Diego Maradona as his third part of an unofficial documentary series of child geniuses and prodigies. The formers being the 2010 Senna, looking at the life and death of Brazilian racer Ayrton Senna. The second, Academy award-winning Amy centres itself on the … Continue reading Diego Maradona – Edinburgh Filmhouse